Body Checking Clinic, Prep Skates and Fall Tryouts, News (St. Thomas Minor Hockey)

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Jul 31, 2023 | Vicki Fenn | 2431 views
Body Checking Clinic, Prep Skates and Fall Tryouts
STMHA will be hosting a second body checking clinic on Wed Aug 30th from 6-8 pm.  This clinic is open to any players needing it for U15 C tryouts and any 2011 players that may be APing to U14 teams.  This clinic is capped at 25 participants

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Prep skates.  We will be having 4 prep skates for U8/U9, U10/U11, U12/U13, U14/U15 and U16/U18.  These prep skates are for any players trying out for Rep teams during Fall Tryouts and Local League players.  These skates are $40 and will be capped at 40 participants.  Dates to be announced shortly

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Tryouts are currently getting booked and will start right after Labour Day.  To assist coaches, please fill out the intent to tryout form.  U16 Shamrock tryout dates are still TBD

U9 MD tryouts dates

C teams and U18A tryouts

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Please remember you must have your player registered with Hockey Canada before they can step on the ice 

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